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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1910)
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I f people talked only about
o t ii.._ ¡5 they understood, the
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world would resemble a deaf and W e ’re a class o f Freshmen
G. E. S E C O U R
W e’ ve showed you each and all
in the City o f
It ’s not being down—but being dumb asylum.
W e’ re not a bunch o f slow ones
F orest G r o ve , O r eg o n ,
down and out, that means failure.
. I In old Pacific’ s hall.
T H U R SD A Y of E AC H W EE K .
Responsibility may be a homely
but in the market o f labor For we are up and doing
Entered at the post office at Fotest Grove, Ojrn
It isn’t the fellow with an ex
as mail matter of the second cla^s.
ertu syou Tb eru em g
plosive temper who always feels ¡ » . a commodity that always
T erms of S ubscription
brings the highest price.
That you met us ne’er before.
g r o v e
nd the world laughs at
W . M. Langley & Son
C A S H IN A D V A N C E
One Y e a r $1.00
Six Months .75
D isplay A dvertising rates on appli
cation. L ocal R eaders five cents per
line of seven words each insertion.
Display advertisements for publica
tion in the P R E S S must be in this otfice
not later than Tuesday evening to in
sure appearance in current issue.
Just a Word With You
John D. Foote, in order to de
vote his entire time to his pro
fessional duties as an attorney,
has severed his connection with
the Press, and hereafter this
paper will be conducted by the
undersigned, with absolutely no
change from its former policy,
that o f consistently and deter
minedly working for the good of
Forest Grove and its residents,
in particular, and the general
welfare and upbuilding of all
The business relations between
Mr. Foote and myself, in the
conduct o f the Press, were of
a most pleasant and agreeable
nature, anJ he carries with him,
into the maelstrom o f legal lore
and strife, the best and sincerest
well wishes of
G. E. S e c o u r .
For we have a William in our class'
Forest Grove, Ogn.
been here just a year
a j 0]ly tall and slender lad
J. N. Hoffman
This “ ladie’s man” so dear,
Helen, better known asa “ Hard-
Collections and all business entrusted to m
Riven prompt attention. Attorney for Forest
Is a charming warmhearted rogue Grove Collection Agency.
Ojfice-Hoffman Bldg. Pacific Ave.
And her smiling eyes grow Ind. Phone 502
Whenever they rest on “ Doge.” j
The object o f advertising is to
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H. W . Vollmer, M. D.
teach people to believe in you and N o w jh e re S the Pres,dent o f our
Physician and Surgeon
your goods; to teach them to j j j e mjxes H2S.
Office in Abbott Bldg.
think that they have a need for He always looks to church affairs
Forest Grove, Ogn.
your goods and to teach them to A Bishop to address,
buy your goods. Advertise in There ig a young lady called
the Press and reach the people.
J. D. Foote
The society belle o f the class.
She is the best bluffer among us
Collections and all business entrusted to me
Riven prompt attention.
W in d y Jim Discourses
This clever dear little (?) lass
O/Sce-Hotiman Bldg. Pacific Ave.
W e was sittin round the stove ^ye bave a young preacher called
Phone Ind. '>02
discussin’ politics, weather an’
such like when Windy Jim cum We like him, I tell you what
through the door along o f a cy- And o f the class he’ s the guardian O. W . Humphrey
clone and about two barrels o f Pu*' a'as' ’ n l**8 ways he is sot .
i Miss W’healdon is our newest girl Offici- K. P. Bldg.
“ Taint rainin, be it?” asked She’ s awfully fond of Trig
Forest Grove, Oregon
Cy Mullens, whose wife had sent Often she shocks us very much ____
I By dancing us a jig.
him in the forenoon to get seme
Dr. O. Ii. Scheetz
groceiies, and who was afraid to W e have also another Helen
go home for fear lie would get £ ™ aidp" ?
Whose modest'smile is so charm- Specialist, in i ervous diseases, lunR trouble,
his feet wet. A t least that was
rheumatism, in fact all diseases.
what he said.
j No wonder Levi is ‘sweet” .
Office next tu LaCourse’s store
A successful man must know
There is no method o f making
friends equal to the method o f his business. He must apply this
knowledge—he must work, and
he must work to the best ad van-
tage. And to work to the best
From the way the kids are go
advantage he must work with
ing it on the outlots, baseball
system .-John H. Converse.
must be ripe.
Trim the claws o f the other
fellow ’s advertisement by im
proving your own.
I f a man is only saving for a
rainy day, the price o f an um
brella is sufficient.
It is impossible to throw a
handful o f flattery at anyone
without some o f it sticking.
One reason, probably, why the
women o f Kansas do not care to
vote is because they can.—Ex.
An Illinois farmer took a 450-lb.
hog to market in an auto. That
was a real joy ride for the porker,
\ y h o ’s
There is always some fellow
with good luck standing around
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What s the matter with Holman?
to profit by another’ s bad luck. that . anybody
knows on, it never Has the char(I)m 5een j03t?
W . H. Hollis
do rain in Mosuree. Now i f this I H e’s not as happy as formally
Gold bricks were invented that was out to Cornelius, Oregon, it Perhaps he’s been givin g frost.
To Beautify Forest Grove thooe who buy them may have would be sure wet 1 guess. Once Grace is our music specia,
1’o r e s t Grove, Ogn.
The Woman’ s Club o f this city something to show for their folly. when I was out at forest Grove, She plays by the hour ’ tis said
the webs in my toes got kind o f But should you wish to see her
is about to inaugurate a cam
may find her with Fred.
And note you this—Men who shriveled up and the moss on my
paign for the general beautifying
W . Q. Tucker, M. D.
o f Forest Grove, which should can change their minds are in back got dried an’ scratched holes Genevieve’s another one
t'hysidan and Surgeon
receive the moral and financial danger o f losing them.—The in my shirt, an’ I forgot the pass With eyes and hair o f brown.
Diseases o f Women A Specialty
word up at the drug store’ and
u, caP ted ^er aay p'ac*v.
support o f every property owner Philistine.
Dr. Drown’s Old Office
. . . .
, &he s the most awkward thing in
Forest Grove, Ore.
everything else wqis uried up an ,
and resident o f the municipality.
While it’s a lot o f fun to do
As is well known, a city pre
. e Now comes our famous fiddler
senting a pleasing aspect from business, it takes a little profit city water which was got out of w ho js alwav8 vvith Migs Weist,
VV. I. R. B each
all sides creates an impression once in a while to make it real Gales Creek was tull o f dust. They stroll for hours together
Fire and L ife Insurance
W ell I had to hoof it two miles! While on chocolate creams they
most favorable in the eyes o f comfortable.
strangers a n d tourists. The
work required, in order to pre
Close observers have noticed
Most popular stocks negotiated
sent this pleasing appearance, is that Mr. Ballinger hasn’ t yet I was kind o f flush that day an’ j
when I blew in it was wuss than £ Kreat career we foretell
but little, when performed as a been summoned abroad to confer
• . f o r a bngnt and studious girl
North First Street, near Main
that tour-cornered cyclone which Is she> Miss Lucv A. Maxwell.
unit, but o f considerable magni with Mr. Roosevelt.— Ex.
went acrost western Cansus D
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F o re s t G ro ve , O re.
tude when undertaken by the
j Ruth is a fun loving maiden
Who often raises the Dean
few; it must be remembered
Without sorrow we could not
An when it comes to rain, why She’ ll angry (?) grow in a minute C A R L H O F F M A N
therefore, that the beautifying
appreciate happiness. The man ’ twasn’ t no time till 1 was plumb And cause a lively scene.
o f a city depends upon concerted
who seeks trouble finds it; he soaked. Speakia’ o f wind olow-
action o f its citizens, and in this
who seeks happiness finds that in’ bricks off o f chimneys and Enough to break any heart
direction each resident o f Forest
tearin’ down fences, why there Her sayings are few hut witty
Grove can be o f the utmost val
wasn’t a man in town as dared to Since she has returned to “ art’
reasonable, Fakement Huffman t uild-
ue as a part o f the unit.
\ mg. rhone £0..
Packers o f meat assert that stay in nis own house, they all Another one o f our girls
Beauty in this sense is not a
they lose by increased prices. I f run over to P eter’s saloon for ™ studious Margaret \ \ halley,
purely esthetic or sentimental
She is very fond o f the boys
this refers to money, they err; reruge as the only place in town Though this is her greatest folly.
E D W . R. W i r t z
matter, but has a decided practi
but iiossibly it is public esteem where
it us safe to be. Even v „ „ .
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and Sanitary Plumbing
cal value. A front yard orna
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i ou ve surely heard o f Slivers
they have in mind. Ex.
mented with shrubs and a back
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tne elements an’ there wasn’ t a He sometimes holds the floor an
yard cleaned o f rubbish and dec
the crowd that didn’ t
orated with a flower garden or
And the And just stands there and knocks.
two, not only mean more pleas “ Raffles, ” attired as a school girl, git soaked through
ure to the occupants and passer Still, you can find most any old way the wind blowed was some- Clare Gihoney is a new one
thing hut low prices and level thin’ fierce, why when one o f the S ie s always on the tear
by but more money to the owner.
boys stepped outside an’ tried to I
ground in Kansas City. —Ex.
By experiments recently car
And hope tnat she w.li wear.
light a cigar tne match was ac
and Embalmer. ..
ried on in Northhampton, Mass.,
Another men b 'r o f T t
tually blowed out.
Whenever you discover that
is bright eye i Wanda Todd
it was determined that wage-
’ Long ’ bout two or three
* , ¥ , , P ^ h e ’ s always in the reading rocm
earners’ homes with attractive you have a whole lot o f advice
o clock in tne mornin I started And so is David Mob.
plots o f grass and flowers sold
fer home ’an ’ tween the rain an’ Then there-g our orator Tom
for 16 per cent more than those
wind every copper 1 had was The bravest of-all the class'
without them. A competition retain some o f it for yourself.
either dissolved or blowed away, .l.r-ugh all else he stands un-
was carried on and prizes given
JOHN W UND ER LICH
When I got back to Forest Grove
for the liest decorated yards in
Satisfaction to customers is the everything was as hot ao’ dry as But rur'8 at the sight o f a lass,
certain districts. The project is only basis for a permanent busi- ever and tbey bad t0 put me bl Miss Lowell and Earl House
said to have been crowned with ness. Io eliminate complaints— tbe cj^y j ad f or a week— that , , a^
togeth* r go
to cut out the kicks is therefore bein- lhe only Sliady place in W_e * ! sh tn™ nappiness ar.d joy
ln On this earth here below
It might lie desirable for the a vital part o f business manage town
Prompt Attention Given to
V W V SI where
n i u . l v it
I V was
U o o a anyways
u j n c u a L coot
Woman’s Club to evolve a scheme
me true, boUin’ up and j L
p S S e * y "a w ,!l
o f this description, and one in
exploum on account o f the hot Many things we could have told
which all citizens would willingly
Business men who say they sun an’ my soaked condition.
Had we the space to tell.
cannot afford to advertise are the
Gimme a bottle o f pop, will ye,
very ones who cannot afford to Sy?”
A rolling stone gathers no
yard the advantages o f ad
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. A tw ell,
moss, but leaves it to the man vertising. for they are receiving Breathes there a man with soul
who have been sojourning in
who doesn’t advertise.
smaller returns from their busi-
southern California for tine past
ness than the ones who believe Who never to himself hath said four months,
Where is Forest Grove’s aggre in and practice publicity, and As he stubbed’ his toe against the Friday evening last. Mr
gation o f leather twirlers? The cannot hope for higher returns
w ell’s health has gready im.-
Hillsboro nine is getting active. until they do advertise.